Outdoor activities for young people in Bishop's Castle this summer
Going Wild In Bishops Castle is delivering a series of outdoor education workshops aimed at local young people this summer.
Aimed at young people aged 12 and up, these sessions, which will be free of charge and include lunch, will be delivered in the grounds surrounding the SpArc Centre in Bishops Castle. We're looking for volunteers to be another pair of eyes and to assist with activities including bushcraft, foraging, mini-beast hunts, tracking and much more. The workshops look to develop the participants’ confidence and agency within nature to make the positive difference that they’d like to see.
If you’d like to know more, either as a participant or a volunteer, please get in touch with Dan Hodgkiss by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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